Author Archives: Brook Hines
This video which was recorded soon after the 2016 election, supports Ed Butowsky’s claim that Ellen Ratner visited Julian Assange. In the video Ratner says she visited Assange and he alleged that Seth Rich leaked the DNC emails. This video supports Butowsky’s claims in his lawsuit where I wrote about here. It’s one thing to […]
As Mueller sputters, the fight for the narrative has spilled over into the legal system, with a series of lawsuits and countersuits alleging alternatively either defamation of Seth Rich by those who suggest the emails were leaked, or defamation of people making that claim by those who insist the emails were hacked.
Alleged SETH RICH conspiracy source is UFO/cataclysm website that warns of ‘Nordic aliens invading Texas’
Intellectual fraud has been the hallmark of Russiagate since Hillary Clinton first blamed Russia for her loss to Donald Trump. Wild claims are frequently (and quietly) walked back, while the next cycle of wild claims demands our attention. What started out as a salacious tale of Russian spies stealing an election and then running the […]
Much has been written about the subject by serious political scientists who are deeply concerned about the security of our elections—but the mainstream media and leadership of both political parties seem deathly allergic to examining the problem.
Sunday, 7pm on Progressive News Network we review Florida’s election, its miscounts and recounts, and take a look at the road ahead for Amendment 4 implementation. This week Brook Hines runs the show joined by Kartik Krishnaiyer and Dave Trotter from The Florida Squeeze. Dave’s election models published on the Squeeze provided the ONLY accurate […]
This morning I spoke to Daniel Wolf, CEO of the non-partisan, non-profit organization Democracy Counts about its work in Broward’s Congressional District 23 (Debbie Wasserman Schultz). This analysis by Democracy Counts is independent of the state recounts for the Bill Nelson and Andrew Gillum campaigns. Democracy Counts was contacted by the Tim Canova campaign to observe […]
“Gov. Scott should extend the voter registration deadline to October 16” Today, Representative Amy Mercado released the following statement: “We should be making it easier for people to vote, not harder. Gov. Scott should extend the voter registration deadline to October 16 and allow everyone in the path of the hurricane to be able to […]
It’s hard to believe, but the Polk County powerhouse of advocacy in the immigration reform community—Young American Dreamers—will celebrate its eighth anniversary on May 19. To mark the special day the group will be celebrating with a cookout at Lake Blue Park in Winter Haven. With members ranging from elementary school children to college-aged young […]
Something isn’t adding up about the sudden resignations of the Florida Democratic Party Chair Stephen Bittel and President Sally Boynton Brown. Following reports of “creepy behavior” and boob-themed desk accoutrement, Bittel quickly stepped down from his position as party chair on Friday, and yesterday, after an open letter that seemed to indicate every intention to […]